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q-Poisson Bases and q-Poisson Curves

YANHONG LIU, ZHENLU CUI, XIAOMING ZENG, YING ZENG
2018 DEStech Transactions on Computer Science and Engineering  
We also present a degree elevation and de Casteljau algorithm for q-Poisson curve. The effect of the parameter q on q-Poisson curves is also studied.  ...  The introduction of the parameter q makes Poisson curves convenient and flexible for shape modeling.  ...  Thus, the number of intersection points between L and p(t; q) is equal to the number of the roots of new q-Poisson curve p* Theorem 6 . 6 (Degree elevation for q-Poisson curve) A degree n q-Poisson curve  ... 
doi:10.12783/dtcse/iceiti2017/18861 fatcat:5ogulpl3vbdxrk3cz5la6swsnq

Modelling Malaria Incidence in the Limpopo Province, South Africa: Comparison of Classical and Bayesian Methods of Estimation

Makwelantle Asnath Sehlabana, Daniel Maposa, Alexander Boateng
2020 International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health  
Factors contributing to malaria incidence in Limpopo Province have not been deeply investigated, aside from the general knowledge that the province is the hottest in South Africa.  ...  We recommend that the Department of Health and Malaria Control Programme of South Africa allocate more resources for malaria control, prevention and elimination to Vhembe and Mopani districts of Limpopo  ...  We are also thankful to the National Research Foundation (NRF) for providing funds for this research. We also like to acknowledge the anonymous reviewers for their useful comments.  ... 
doi:10.3390/ijerph17145016 pmid:32668606 fatcat:7uv6uug3wralvidf5a36bjnwz4

Page 6645 of Mathematical Reviews Vol. , Issue 94k [page]

1994 Mathematical Reviews  
Summary: “We present a short, simple, and general proof show- ing that the control polygons generated by subdivision and degree elevation converge to the underlying splines, box-splines, or mul- tivariate  ...  Summary: “The degree elevation formula for the Bernstein-Bézier polynomials over rectangles is presented, and the limit approxi- mating property of the coefficients (Farin’s theorem) is proved.  ... 

Integration of Environmental Models in Spatial Data Infrastructures: A Use Case in Wildfire Risk Prediction

Sergio Trilles, Pablo Juan, Laura Diaz, Pau Arago, Joaquín Huerta
2013 IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Applied Earth Observations and Remote Sensing  
The aim is twofold, first we present different models for multi-scale forest fire risk prediction based on spatial point processes, and second we provide this functionality as a distributed application  ...  In the current information society, distributed information systems are essential for sharing digital resources such as data and tools.  ...  Number Model Time 1 Poisson polynomial x, y 42 s 2 Poisson polynomial x, y, 2 42 s 3 Poisson with elevation covariate 1 m 31 s 4 Poisson with land use covariate 1 m 29 s 5 Poisson with  ... 
doi:10.1109/jstars.2012.2236538 fatcat:drliwduwu5azvo7z7bx5yuoyge

evgam: An R package for Generalized Additive Extreme Value Models [article]

Benjamin D. Youngman
2020 arXiv   pre-print
The package provides functions for fitting extreme value distributions. These include the generalized extreme value and generalized Pareto distributions.  ...  These include daily precipitation accumulations for part of Colorado, US, used to illustrate spatial models, and daily maximum temperatures for Fort Collins, Colorado, US, used to illustrate temporal models  ...  and/or functionality improvements that have improved evgam.  ... 
arXiv:2003.04067v3 fatcat:6pi4okii4bdtdmlwgn7bvghiia

Separating the effect of mechanisms shaping species-abundance distributions at multiple scales in a subtropical forest

Jiajia Cheng, Xiangcheng Mi, Karin Nadrowski, Haibao Ren, Jintun Zhang, Keping Ma
2011 Oikos  
The previous tests of niche and neutral models shaping SADs lead to the claim that SADs are not informative for inferring underlying processes.  ...  These processes are linked with the degree of conspecific aggregation, informing further attempts to refine and parameterize the statistical theory of sampling SADs.  ...  Šizling, Liza Comita, Yongtao Guan, Fangliang He and Guochun Shen for their insightful comments and suggestions on this manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1600-0706.2011.19428.x fatcat:fusg2ss7kra5bnm7jasw43rvwm

An Advanced Time-Series InSAR Approach Based on Poisson Curve for Soft Clay Highway Deformation Monitoring

Lingjie Zhu, Xuemin Xing, Yikai Zhu, Wei Peng, Zhihui Yuan, Qing Xia
2021 IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Applied Earth Observations and Remote Sensing  
Most of the traditional Interferometric Synthetic Aperture Radar (InSAR) deformation models for highway monitoring are based on a combination of one or several empirical functions, which ignores the underground  ...  The improved InSAR deformation model is based on Poisson Curve, which considers the characteristics of the temporal physical deformation evolution of the soft clay.  ...  The nonlinear deformation component that cannot be fitted by the linear velocity model was contained and modeled in the Poisson curve function, thus was weaker than the Poisson curve-generated results.  ... 
doi:10.1109/jstars.2021.3100086 fatcat:pm3mtpt5cbfkhptd3mhiqn5lh4

Comparison of statistical tests for habitat associations in tropical forests: A case study of sympatric dipterocarp trees in a Bornean forest

Akira Itoh, Tatsuhiro Ohkubo, Satoshi Nanami, Sylvester Tan, Takuo Yamakura
2010 Forest Ecology and Management  
Habitat difference is an important mechanism for maintenance of tree diversity in tropical forests.  ...  Statistical power was affected not by the total number of a given tree but by the number of clumps in a plot, suggesting that >5 clumps were required for a reliable result.  ...  Davies for their support during the long-term ecological study of the Lambir forest.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.foreco.2009.10.022 fatcat:c7zdd23vefe3jkzgojlxrlw5m4

Non-Gaussian Model for Ringing Phenomena in Offshore Structures

Federico Waisman, Kurtis Gurley, Mircea Grigoriu, Ahsan Kareem
2002 Journal of engineering mechanics  
This study provides a probabilistic framework for modeling ringing type phenomenon which will serve as a building block for more refined hydrodynamic load models.  ...  The response of a single-degree-of-freedom system exposed to these non-Gaussian wave force models is then evaluated using analytical and numerical studies based on the Itô differentiation rule and the  ...  Ϫ͑1/2͒͑ϩ1 ͒ (26) where Bϭbeta function and ϭdegree of freedom of the distribution.  ... 
doi:10.1061/(asce)0733-9399(2002)128:7(730) fatcat:kyb3hzkqpfctpdj6z6mo33zwie

Size-Class Effect Contributes to Tree Species Assembly through Influencing Dispersal in Tropical Forests

Yue-Hua Hu, Roger L. Kitching, Guo-Yu Lan, Jiao-Lin Zhang, Li-Qing Sha, Min Cao, Gil Bohrer
2014 PLoS ONE  
The joint effect model produced similar improvement but only for the 50-ha plot in Panama.  ...  For this evaluation we used tree species data from the 50-ha forest dynamics plot in Barro Colorado Island, Panama and the comparable 20 ha plot at Bubeng, Southwest China.  ...  Guochun Shen for helping with Rcode, to Dr. Lu-Xiang Lin for his valuable comments on this pape, and to Paolo Segre and Juan Di Trani for assistance in the field.  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0108450 pmid:25251538 pmcid:PMC4177404 fatcat:5b673h7qsfdbrhzfpkwbxx367e

Downward Continuation of Satellite Gravity Gradient Data Based on Poisson Integral Iteration Method

Liu Xiaogang, Wang Kai
2012 Procedia Environmental Sciences  
integral iteration method in a certain degree.  ...  Mathematic downward continuation model of the SGG data based on Poisson integral iteration method was constructed, of which the downward continuation effects based on 'Direct' and 'Remove-Restore' schemes  ...  As for that R r is a harmonic function, then: 1 4 (1 ) ( ( , , ) ( , , ))sin P P zz zz zz P zz T r t T R t t D T R T R d d (5) Let 1 t in the right side of (5) which will not low the precision, and transformations  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.proenv.2012.01.340 fatcat:7jutwr7565hi5li2jsegkx4hya

The Effect of Soil Poissons Ratio on the Response of Buildings with Sufficient Embedment Depth

Ahmed Hafiz Yasseen Essawy
2020 Journal of Engineering Research and Reports  
The present study highlights the effect of soil poissons ratio on the response of buildings with sufficient embedment depth.  ...  In dealing with these type of equations, it is suitable to derive the equations for a limited number of stories and then the results are generalized to obtain the general equation of motion.  ...  Elevation of case (1), 10-story building Elevation of case (2), 15-story building Fig. 7 . 20 Fig. 8 . 29 Fig. 7 . 60910 Fig. 8 . 7208297609108 Elevation of case (3), Relation between poissons ratio  ... 
doi:10.9734/jerr/2020/v17i217185 fatcat:nnrkuu3eajeipdh4ljy4ccgw2m

Generation of Spatially Embedded Random Networks to Model Complex Transportation Networks [chapter]

J. Hackl, B. T. Adey
2016 14th International Probabilistic Workshop  
a hybrid connection model for the edge creation.  ...  The produced random networks are not intended to be an accurate model of the real-world network being investigated, but are to be used to gain insight into the functioning of the network taking into consideration  ...  For example, in order to restrict the degree distribution, which is not done in the generation of a classical random graph model, so-called configuration models can be used, in which the degrees of vertices  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-47886-9_15 fatcat:vw3yqx64n5gflbwjvbltc4ynv4

Generating functions for the Bernstein polynomials: A unified approach to deriving identities for the Bernstein basis functions [article]

Yilmaz Simsek
2010 arXiv   pre-print
Using these equations, we give new proofs both for a recursive definition of the Bernstein basis functions and for derivatives of the nth degree Bernstein polynomials.  ...  Furthermore, we discuss analytic representations for the generalized Bernstein polynomials through the binomial or Newton distribution and Poisson distribution with mean and variance.  ...  The author would like to thank Professor Ronald Goldman (Rice University, Houston, USA) for his very valuable comments, criticisms and for his very useful suggestions on this present paper.  ... 
arXiv:1012.5538v1 fatcat:iv2xvjg2nrgd5bc26gey2wiety

Spatio-temporal log-Gaussian Cox processes for modelling wildfire occurrence: the case of Catalonia, 1994–2008

Laura Serra, Marc Saez, Jorge Mateu, Diego Varga, Pablo Juan, Carlos Díaz-Ávalos, Håvard Rue
2013 Environmental and Ecological Statistics  
-Wildfires started intentionally were associated with low elevation locations.  ...  In particular, we may use a spatio-temporal point pattern approach for the analysis and inference process.  ...  Acknowledgements Jorge Mateu and Carlos Díaz-Ávalos were partly funded in this work by the grant from the "Towards Excellence" doctoral program for visiting professors, MHE2011-00258,  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10651-013-0267-y fatcat:gh47osjbgvb4bhnl65m6isodnm
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